Blood pressure monitors

CVS Blood pressure Monitor Reviews

Summary:Has an irregular heartbeat detector. Has a BP risk category indicator. Allows multiple users to store readings separately. Includes two cuff sizes or a one-size-fits-most cuff. Data averaging function. Very Good for comfort. Directions for how to use on cuff.

1 person has reviewed this model.

Type: Wrist monitors

The CVS Advanced BP3MY1-1ECVS Item# 800228 is part of the blood pressure monitor test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, blood pressure monitor models like the Advanced BP3MY1-1ECVS Item# 800228 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

Accuracy:Accuracy is based on how the model's readings compared with those taken on a mercury sphygmomanometer used by two trained testers.
Convenience:Convenience is based on pluses and minuses of the model's features (such as irregular heartbeat detection, a blood-pressure risk category indicator, and multiple user memories).
Comfort:Comfort is based on opinion scores given by test subjects.

User Reviews - CVS Advanced BP3MY1-1ECVS Item# 800228

By lauram

from Bloomington IN

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Gave alarming readings

Best Uses

None if not accurate


We used the monitor with my mother who has hypertension and it showed she had low blood pressure; it showed that her daughter was hypertensive with multiple readings (150/90) but she has never received a diagnosis of hypertension or an abnormal reading at the doctor's office (even recently). My concern is that it might be inaccurate.

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